Keep your creative career moving forward.

Do you want to expand your professional horizons through jobs, workshops, internships, and/or training? Or do you have professional development opportunities, tips, and information to share with fellow artists?

Whether you want to build your creative portfolio, stay ahead of trends, maintain an effective online presence, or learn a new skill, use the ArtsHub list of resources to keep you moving forward in your creative pursuits!

Local Resources

Here are some helpful links to find other professional development resources in the region:


The Berkshire Opera Festival seeks an Advancement Associate

Berkshire Opera Festival (BOF) - a summer opera festival founded in 2014 by Brian Garman and Jonathon Loy, and based in Pittsfield, MA - is currently accepting applications for a newly created, …


Snow Farm Work-Study Program

The Work-Study Program at Snow Farm is an opportunity for students, artists and craftspeople (ages 18+) to work at Snow Farm and gain valuable experience in exchange for tuition-free workshops, …


Northampton Open Media is Hiring

Northampton Open Media aka NOM is hiring!   We are seeking an incredible creator of content and technological guru who can work with a wide variety of people to be our next Production Manager. …

Mentor (Available)

Vocational Instructor

Are you a skilled artisan, craftsperson, or expert in a vocational field? Are you passionate about sharing your knowledge and igniting the spark of creativity in others? If so, we invite you to become …

Mentor (Available)

Mentoring Program for Early Career Artists from the Connecticut River Valley

We match 10 - 15 mentor/mentee pairs a year on a rolling basis. Mentors and mentees connect online or in person once every two weeks for a six month period. For more information: Mentorship Program - …


Creative Sector Pathway Program

The Creative Sector Pathways (CSPP) is a FREE 20-week hands-on experiential education in tools training and entrepreneurship for teens ages 13-17 who are interested in pursuing the unique intersection …